Only two months ago I decided to join ‘JomNiaga’ (now Ashadee) as part of my learning education as I try to explore more ways to generate income online. I must confess this program is not bad. In fact not bad Read more HERE.
A couple of months ago, several friends of mine introduced me to Panasonic Toughbook® – mobile computers engineered to withstand drops, spills, dust and grime, and to perform in the harshest environments. The price swayed me a bit from buying Read more HERE.
Given a chance, I bet many people would prefer to stay at home than drive through the traffic jam every day to work. With the advancement of technology and internet, you can now communicate, share information and negotiate without having Read more HERE.
Dululainsekaranglain.com is ranked #120,405 in the world according to the three-month Alexa traffic rankings. The fraction of visits to the site referred by search engines is roughly 7%. Visitors to the site spend roughly ten minutes per visit to the site and 74 seconds per pageview. The site’s visitors view 6.6 unique pages each day on average. Relative to the overall population of internet users, Dululainsekaranglain.com‘s users are disproportionately less affluent, and they tend to be moderately educated women browsing from home who have more children. (more…)
Well, I did not attend “Sepetang Bersama Blogger 2013” (SBB 2013) though I wish I did. Honestly, I don’t feel disheartened about it or jealous seeing other people enjoying the big event but after reading several postings by bloggers that attended the annual blogger gathering, I feel like writing something about it.
First of all I would like to congratulate everyone that made the event a success. Hats off to bro Amir Hassan aka Denaihati for being ‘murah hati’ hosting the event. Thanks to AkuBiomed and Nurmisnan for their excellent coverage of the event. I really enjoyed reading their postings. Well done!
I would like to touch on two issues raised during the forum at SBB 2013. Both were brought up by well-respected blogger, Kak Kujie and both were highlighted by Akubiomed HERE and HERE. The two issues were actually related to each other – commenting and backlinkings. However, you can see them from two different perspectives – SEO and etiquette. (more…)
Commenting on blogs is an effective way of building links and is also great at communicating with numerous other bloggers that are operating around your niche. The creation of the Commentluv plugin has made things better and even more interesting. A Commentluv enabled plugin is a commenting plugin that is built for WordPress and has a twist. Authors can leave a link to their latest posting together with their comments leading to an increase in external links to a site. See the video below to see how it works: